Translation of dynamism in Spanish:

dynamism

dinamismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdaɪnəˌmɪzəm//ˈdʌɪnəmɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    dinamismo masculine
    • The dynamism and energy of today's art scene in Japan is abundantly reflected in the quality and diversity of the prints displayed.
    • The success of Houston Sculpture 2000 was further evidence of the bristling energy and dynamism of Houston's art scene.
    • The rate of change has been relatively steady, but now that corporations have become change producers instead of change reactors, the whole dynamism of our culture goes up dramatically.
    • When an industry starts talking about ‘synergy’ its era of dynamism is over.
    • The international activities in small firms are positively related to the degree of environmental dynamism experienced in the industry.
    • This song, in particular, lacks the energy and dynamism of the previous two singles, merely plodding along at its own pace.
    • It can add dynamism to military actions and helps increase efforts when they are moved from one sector to another.
    • Though the strengths of the online version are its dynamism and interactivity, it is also possible to download the entire book for free.
    • The dynamism of the ‘new’ industries is based upon frenetic competition to build up production facilities in competition with each other and with foreign firms.
    • Our field will advance through research dynamism and not through a Procrustean application of inappropriate research paradigms.
    • On the one hand, the propeller embodies the no-nonsense industry and propulsive dynamism of the modern period.
    • We had all this economic dynamism as a result of the industrial north's victory in the Civil War.
    • The dynamism of the energy sector overwhelmed this agency, and by the 1950s it could not manage its huge caseload effectively.
    • What lends dynamism to life and keeps the world humming with activity is the incentive of profit.
    • The New Labour option was to combine economic dynamism with social justice through upgrading the skills base of the labour force.
    • Older films are edited at a more sedate pace and they don't always have the drive and dynamism of modern cinema.
    • The EU finds itself in a period of dramatic political and constitutional activism and dynamism.
    • The growth of labour productivity, the most important indicator of economic dynamism, was a full 20 per cent lower.
    • Industrial dynamism also needs good industrial relations and flexible labour markets.
    • ‘Negotiates,’ whether or not it is precisely the right verb, is at least a verb and thus captures the sheer dynamism of the activity of curiosity.